OCD planning tool for schools

Secondary

This clinical document can help schools plan how to support students who have been diagnosed with OCD.

The document covers:

  • Definition of OCD
  • Key points to consider
  • Information for assessment planning
  • Impact on learning
  • Intervention/support strategies
  • Scripts and prompts
  • Progress recording

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • use by school staff

This resource should only be used when there is already a full programme of support for a child or young person diagnosed with OCD.

It should not be used in isolation, but alongside mental health professionals who can advise appropriately, and guide staff to take into consideration the uniqueness of the child and their home life circumstances.

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